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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 338LAPUASLAP Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/30/2009 at 23:35
Any chance any one on this thread has even ever heard of Geisselle triggers... Absolte gold for the civilan market...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 338LAPUASLAP Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/30/2009 at 23:38
pro nounced in some groups the Victoria Secret Gisele Bunchkin but really GUY LEE...
 
Why tinker and risk something unexected happening...if you want to tinker get out your 10/22 you can work on those triggers all day...
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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

Any chance any one on this thread has even ever heard of Geisselle triggers... Absolte gold for the civilan market...
I'm running one that I got frome White Oak Armory -  they are the best available.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dale Clifford Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/31/2009 at 07:48
off topic a bit, but will add anyway---  when early ignition occurs, due to hammer follow down, and bolt is not timed , part of the locking lug of the first one to engage, can be chipped or peened back. This occurs more with mauser type (two lugs, ak,m1a,xcr) than ar short rotating bolts, which will chip out an entire piece of the tightess fitting lug. I know thisfrom experience of working with NFA guns alot. take it or leave it.
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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

pro nounced in some groups the Victoria Secret Gisele Bunchkin but really GUY LEE...
 
Why tinker and risk something unexected happening...if you want to tinker get out your 10/22 you can work on those triggers all day...
 
I tinker on an ar, my 10-22 has had every part imaginable tinkered with until i got bored.
 
As far as everyone elses advices, Dale, others,  i do appreciate it.  And i will take note.  I dont' shoot in public ranges and have close to 150 acres of land to shoot on.  If it goes south, when it does,  I will replace it with a drop in. Like i said to begin with I will drop in a Chip McCormick if i can find another, meaning i have several ar's some have drop in's already, This was a test to see if the regular trigger can be worked a little to make it better for the budget minded shooter.  i will keep things posted for this, I have right at a 1000rds loaded for this weekend and we will see how it holds up.
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All links and advices in original post has been deleted after thinking about this further. I may repost the links and advise but I want to see the long effects of this.  I will be abusing this particular gun this weekend and checking the sear surface for any unusal wear.  For the sake of many I advise this..... Dont do any work to any gun unless you are qualified to stand behind that work in the event of a malfunction that you caused!  The world is SUE happy if you know what I mean
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Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

Any chance any one on this thread has even ever heard of Geisselle triggers... Absolte gold for the civilan market...
I'm running one that I got frome White Oak Armory -  they are the best available.
 
Have you guys tried the new "AR Gold" made by American Trigger?
 
 
I haven't tried a Geisselle, but I can tell you the AR Gold is absolutely superb, as much for it's extremely short reset as for the quality of the trigger pull.  It gives bolt action triggers a run for their money!  I think the AR Gold is better than the Jewell AR triggers.
 
 
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